Several horses Cabagan by Cocora Valley. History: COCORA VALLEY. In 1993 given the prospect of a rapid development of the tourism industry and especially the coffee department of Quindio, looking to add a platform of attractions for tourists who come to visit the attractions of the area began to emerge as new tourist destinations, is pensóÂ in launching a new place called "Eco-tourism Complex Cócora Woods Restaurant" located in the Valley where the tree Cócora Nacional de Colombia and 25 minutes from the city of Armenia. Cocora Valley is recognized globally and nationally for its beautiful scenery, its wax palms that are over 60 meters (the highest in the world) and declared the national tree of Colombia. There is the cradle of birth Quindío River and is one of the entrances to the Nevada Natural Park. Mission: The satisfaction of the needs and expectations of customers and innovation by providing quality food service. Among the principles and values that govern the organization permanently seek comprehensive and equitable development of human talent and levels of profitability and productivity that allow a fair return for their owners and society in general Vision: It is expected that by 2010 Cocora forests become major ecotourism destination in the coffee and one of the most important national and international, thanks to the high standards of quality in terms of gastronomy, tourist services and accommodation provided to visitors. Social responsibility: Forest Cócora part of its policy of environmental responsibility, has implemented processes and environmental strategies, which aims to promote the preservation and conservation of the environment, rationally using natural resources for the benefit of future generations . Currently Cócora forests has a program of environmental agenda which consists of: Adoption of a palm wax or a native tree, where people can contribute to the preservation of forests and minimize the impact that man has created from industrial processes.